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Traumatic incidents occur every day to all different people around the world Sometimes a person can just move on and they will be fine Others may take a little more time to overcome what has happened to them Some people have a very hard time dealing with their incident They may become confused about what has happened They could start to become scared They might even be worried or angry Many times when a person starts to feel these emotions after something traumatic has happened to them or someone they are close to they are unable to get past it and they may form what is known as PTSD also known as Post-traumatic stress Disorder it is an anxiety disorder that a person can acquire after he or she goes through a traumatic event National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder US Department of Veterans Affairs This disorder is known to currently effect77 million people in the world today ranging in all different ages It is more likely for a woman to develop PTSD then a manNIMH PTSD can affect anyone who has gone through a traumatic life-threatening even These events could be but not limited to Combat or military exposure suffering through a terrorist attack being sexually or physically abused as a child or as an adult being in a serious motor accident suffering through a natural disaster and many other tragic events could cause a person to develop PTSD It can even develop if a person is just a witness to a tragic even National Institutes of Health NIH They might have seen horrible things happen to loved ones or even to complete strangers and just are not able to forget about it The person suffering with PTSD may develop what is known as a trigger A trigger is something that reminds them of what they went through and then within a split second they could go into total defense mode against whatever
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